Pacific R2U Water cooling Reservoir from Thermaltake
Thermaltake Pacific R2U Reservoir, For dual 5.25" drive bays, Crystal clear, Highly durable, 5x pre-drilled G1/4 holes
The new Pacific R2U reservoir is designed for the ultimate in custom PC water-cooling. Featuring exceptional performance and unrivalled reliability, the R2U fits into an empty dual 5.25" drive bay slot and is manufactured from high quality POM and PMMA material to provide a crystal clear, high performance, durable solution.
Features Sturdy & Durable Design
Manufactured in Taiwan, the Pacific R2U reservoir is made of reliable, light-weight POM and PMMA, making it crystal clear and highly durable.
Five pre-drilled G1/4 holes and one pressure equalizer maximize compatibility. Easily refill coolant by removing the plugs in the front and rear.
Easy & Flexible Application
Pacific R2U allows enthusiasts to build a superior water cooling system from an aesthetic standpoint and incorporate externally-modular upgrades into their chassis.
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- 24 months
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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